A History of The Gypsies of Eastern Europe and Russia
Cover -- Half-Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface to Second Edition -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Map -- 1. Bulgaria -- 2. Czechoslovakia -- 3. Hungary -- 4. Romania -- 5. Russia -- 6. Yogoslavia -- 7. The History of the Roma In Eastern Europe and Russia since 1994 -- 8. Conclusion 293 -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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